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Using Eclipse with Java to Develop Software Applications

Eclipse is an integrated development environment (IDE) used when building software applications. It is one of the most popular, feature-rich IDEs in the Java...

Developing ARM Targets Using GNU MCU Eclipse

If you are thinking of kickstarting the development of microcontroller targets, but don’t have suitable hardware, or if you are worrying about hardware issues,...
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Migration of Java EE to the open source

The Eclipse Foundation has moved forward with nine project proposals for Eclipse Enterprise for Java (EE4J), which the organization describes as the first step...

Using Scene Builder to develop JavaFX apps

This article is a continuation of a previous one called “Developing a basic GUI application using JavaFX in Eclipse” by the same author. We...

Eclipse ‘Oxygen’ debuts with Java 9 support

Eclipse Foundation has announced its annual release train called ‘Oxygen’ that upgrades a total of 83 projects. Alongside many new tweaks, the latest release...

Developing a basic GUI application using JavaFX in Eclipse

This tutorial takes readers through the process of developing a basic GUI application using JavaFX in Eclipse, and is simple enough for even a...
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Eclipse Che IDE starts supporting Docker

At CheConf 2016, Eclipse Che 5.0 has emerged as the latest portable development workspace. The latest IDE supports Docker to enable easy development of...

5 open source tools for Java developers

From the early era of Java, developers have been outsourcing some third-party tools to enhance their offerings. But one thing that has just emerged...

A Peek Into the Hadoop Distributed File System

HDFS is a core component of the Hadoop package. It is an open source implementation of the distributed file system on the lines of...

Reflections — Open Source India 2010 CXO Summit

Gone are the days when Open Source Solutions were considered the play-tools of geeks. Over time, open source tools and technologies have emerged as...
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